Comfy crochet slipper socks for the holidays!! Simple embellishments create a cute little Rudolph face on these brown crocheted socks. The best part is that the slipper socks work up in one piece! No need to fasten off and crochet heel separately. Slipper socks can be made in several different sizes just by changing the hook size and weight of yarn. These ones are child size and fit child shoe size 11-1… I have an adult size slipper sock pattern HERE!
– Bernat Super Value Yarn in Topaz. Stock up on this color at Yarnspirations.com! It’s perfect for the holiday season. Reindeer, Gingerbread Men, Gingerbread Houses, and more! You will need a bit of red yarn for the pom-pom and a darker brown yarn for the antlers.
Yarnspirations has given me a coupon code for Bernat Super Value so you can stock up on yarn this holiday season!
Use code SUPERVALUERCM20 when you check out at Yarnspirations.com. (coupon valid from Nov. 10 – 23)
– Size H Crochet Hook
– Tapestry Needle
– Two small black buttons or stitch the eyes on with black yarn!
Here is a video tutorial on how to crochet the Slipper Socks!
Slipper Sock Pattern (make 2):
Magic ring, chain 1 and make 8 SC in ring, join to first SC, chain 1 (8 SC)
Round 2: 2 SC in first, SC in next, repeat around, join, chain 1 (12 SC)
Round 3: 2 SC in first, SC in next 2, repeat around, join, chain 1 (16 SC)
Round 4: SC in each stitch around, join, chain 1 (16 SC)
Round 5: 2 SC in first, SC in next 3, repeat around, chain 1 (20 SC)
Round 6: SC in each stitch around, join, chain 1 (20 SC)
Round 7: 2 SC in first, SC in next 4, repeat around, chain 1 (24 SC)
Round 8-15: SC in each stitch around, join, chain 1 (24 SC)
Now we are going to work in rows to make the heel. If you want to make the slipper socks bigger, now is a good place to continue a few more rounds before starting on the heel.
ROW 16: SC in first 12, chain 1, turn (12 SC)
Row 17-20: SC in each stitch across, chain 1, turn
Row 21: SC in first 2, SC Decrease 4x, SC in last 2, chain 1, turn (8 SC)
Row 22: SC in first, SC Decrease 3x, SC in last, chain 1, turn (5 SC)
Row 23: SC Decrease, SC, SC Decrease, chain 1, turn (3 SC)
Row 24: SC Decrease (skip over middle stitch), chain 1, turn
Now go back into working in rounds
Round 25: SC in each stitch around making a total of 32 stitches (do the best you can on rough edges), join, chain 1 (32 SC)
Round 26-27: SC around making a SC Decrease in two corners, join, chain 1 (see photos)
Round 28-35 or desired length: SC in each stitch around, join, chain 1
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Round 36: Reverse SC or crab stitch
Antlers Pattern (make 2):
With dark brown yarn…
Chain 10, Slip stitch in second chain from hook and in next 3, chain 4, slip stitch in second chain from hook and in next two, slip stitch to next spot in starting chain, slip stitch in next, chain 3, slip stitch in second chain from hook and in next, slip stitch to next spot in starting chain and the rest of the way down the starting chain. Fasten off and stew onto sides of socks.
Make a Red pom-pom for the nose!
Sew on two black buttons for the eyes.
Make the holidays warm and cozy for your family (and their feet)!!
Awesome! When will you have the video up?
dianna smith says
so so cute. how do i enlarge for adult ? larger hook ?
jUNE O'CONNELL says
LIKE LENGTH, WHAT SIZE NEEDLE DO I NEED FOR SIZES 12 AND 13,USING 4 PLY YARN?
New life goal for me: learn to crochet as fast as you! Thanks so much for the pattern and video, can’t wait to make some for my 4 year old son! I always love your patterns!
So cute! Wish this was an adult size.
I made these, added 3 rows so it was row 8- 18 instead of 8-15, still too small for my 6 year old. What size kid shoe were these designed in? Trying to figure out how many rows to add for my baby boy’s big feet.
Love it but can you go slower? Thanks
So so cute!!! How would I make these in a smaller size? Go with a smaller hook?
Paula Lejeune says
I cannot find adult size Rudolph crochet slipper instructions. ☹
Was wondering how to make Rudolph slippers for adult size. Thanks! Working on children’s size now!
Anna Garcia says
You can always pause